Camiguin Island

The name Camiguin is derived from the native word Kama gong  which means other kind of tree the island is cover by vegetation trees and sea corals stone. The most popular sand bar in the island located at   Mambajao, northwest of mainland Camiguin surrounding emerald and blue water, and the towering Old Vulcan at Mt. Hibok-Hibok on the backdrop. you canhave your day to relax swimming and snoorkling around the island,


People of Camiguin is Mixture of culture both Boholano and cebuano dialect they are Hospitable and friendly and the are creative as will There livelihood  in the island mostly are  doing fishing and small farming

All year round you can appreciate the weather which is tropical island, and nice to relax If you love the nature and to swim in cold springs you might spend most of your time here Many visitors stay in the island for three days, as this is the ideal amount of time to completely experience all the things this island has to offer. Perhaps most notable of all tourist attractions in the island is the White Island. This is a small beautiful atoll just 30 minutes off the coast made up of just a white sand bar. Boats can be easily hired from the beach resorts or from boatmen in the village of Agoho. All Camiguin tours feature a visit of White Island.


Seeing the tourist attractions of the island can be combined with the popular tourist activities of the island. With an elevation above 4,000 feet, Mount Hibok-Hibok is beautiful from afar. Those adventurous enough can certainly go hiking to the summit of this volcano, too. There is an established trail jumping off from near Ardent Hot Springs climbing through beautifully lush jungle. The summit can be reached in three to five hours. It is one of the best Camiguin tours!


Another hiking trail climbs up to Mount Vulcan, another summit on the island. The trail here follows what is called the Stations of the Cross with monuments depicting Jesus’ crucifixion story. Mount Vulcan is a younger, smaller volcano and was formed in an eruption in 1871.


If there is one food Camiguin is known for, it has to be the lanzones. This tropical fruit grows throughout Southeast Asia but in the Philippines, Camiguin is particularly known for it. The small fruit is sweet, a little bit sour, and juicy. Lazones are sold everywhere in the island at very affordable prices.